Blues Magoos - Albert Common Is Dead Chords & Tabs

 

Albert Common Is Dead Chords & Tabs

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Albert Common Is Dead Chords

   
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Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 14:48:17 -0500
From: Andrew Rogers 
Subject: ./b/blues_magoos/albert_common_is_dead.crd

A... C... I... D... how could I guess that this came out in 1967?

                        "Albert Common Is Dead"
                           (Gilbert - Scala)

Intro:

	bass (w/drums):

	 v   v   v   v
	-----------------|
	-2-----2-----2---|
	-----2-----2-----|
	-----------------|

Intro:

	G        A        B       [slide into chords]
	/ / / /  / / / /  / / / /

Verse 1:
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/b/blues_magoos/albert_common_is_dead_crd.html ]
	    E                 G
	At evening time when work is through
	      A                 B
	You change yourself to someone new
	     E             G
	You try to run to get away
	 A                 B
	From the pressures of your day

Chorus:

	       C#m
	So you run
	 A   B   A   B
	Fast as you can
	C#m
	Swear
	 A        B    A    B
	You're a different man
	C#m
	Tell them
	 F#               G# [N.C.]
	Albert Common is dead

Verse 2:

	Your job is big, your pay is small
	Your income tax takes it all
	You'll get your watch in one more year
	Will anyone remember you were ever here?

[repeat chorus]

Break:

	(1-bar drum beat)

	(guitar solo over bass riff [8X]):

	(E)
	 v   v   v   v
	-----------------|
	-------------5---|
	-7-7-7-5-7-------|
	-----------------|

[repeat chorus in slow shuffle tempo]

Coda:

	(guitar solo over bass riff [2X])

	D      E      Gm
	/ / /  / / /  / / / /  / / / /  /


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
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